The redirect is on your computer because you accidentally installed a browser hijacker.

A browser hijacker is a form of malware designed to hijack your web browser’s settings and force a redirect, not to your default location but rather to a chosen location by the malware. This is almost always because the developers of such hijackers are looking to profit in one way or another, but trying to work out who is behind the hijackers is not always as straightforward as it may seem. For instance, it’s not necessarily Amazon making this particular hijacker that is redirecting to something potentially Amazon-related.

You can often remove browser hijacker infections by entering the browser settings and removing the extension that has been installed to support them. However, we advise to run an antimalwars scan to make sure the threat is properly removed from the computer. Otherwise, there is a chance of it coming back.

The domain is a real domain that gets lots of web traffic. That’s because it’s actually associated with the real Amazon website and will redirect to it if you were to visit. But since so many third-party sellers are on Amazon, we aren’t able to tell if Amazon is behind this threat or just one of its sellers.

How to Remove with Avast Free Antivirus

You can remove the browser hijacker with Avast. The free version of Avast lets you run an antimalware/antivirus scan, and it should detect the browser hijacker all by itself and remove it from your computer. Nothing else is required on your end but to follow the prompts by the Avast program.

Avast Free is available for both Windows and Mac operating systems, meaning it doesn’t matter what browser you are finding the redirect occuring on; as long as you are browsing from a Windows or Mac OS, this program will remove it.

Download: Avast Free Antivirus for Windows and Mac

How to Remove remove with AdwCleaner

Browser hijackers are types of adware, so one of the better adware cleaning tools should have no trouble removing the hijacker from your computer. Our pick of the bunch is AdwCleaner. We have been using AdwCleaner for over a decade and were always impressed with how up-to-date its virus definitions were. Not once has this tool ever let us down.

Download: AdwCleaner (Antiadware Tool)

There are also several alternative adware removal tools you can use.

In conclusion, that is how to remove the redirect.